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09-17-2012, 08:21 AM
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Assuming Kreider, Miller, St Croix, McIlrath, Yogan will be in Hartford...
St. Croix cannot play in the AHL.

drafted out of the CHL and under 20 years old.

It's the WHL or nothing for MSC

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09-17-2012, 09:27 AM
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Shouldn't Hagelin be eligible also?

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Shouldn't Hagelin be eligible also?
He wasn't on the clear-day roster in the AHL last season, so he's ineligible.

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So how did it work last lockout that a guy like Gomez was able to play in the ECHL. Spezza if I recall correctly played the whole season in the AHL after being an NHL regular in 03-04.

Different rules back then?

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So how did it work last lockout that a guy like Gomez was able to play in the ECHL. Spezza if I recall correctly played the whole season in the AHL after being an NHL regular in 03-04.

Different rules back then?
I believe he played for an independant ECHL team. No NHL affiliation, so he was free to do whatever he wanted.

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He wasn't on the clear-day roster in the AHL last season, so he's ineligible.
I believe that he also played in enough games (regular season and playoffs) to have to pass through waivers too.

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I believe he played for an independant ECHL team. No NHL affiliation, so he was free to do whatever he wanted.
Ah that's true, I can't imagine that the Alaska Aces have an NHL affiliate...well, I guess Vancouver would make sense? but I know that's not the case, just saying.

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Cap Geek waiver calculator

Mac has played 147 NHL games. His SPC started in 2010.

http://www.capgeek.com/waiver_calcul...010&Calculate=
I thought the exemption limit was 160 games.

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I thought the exemption limit was 160 games.
Games played in the NHL is one part of the equation--the other part is the age when a player first signed a professional contract. I'm pretty sure McDonagh signed after his 21st birthday, which means he was waiver eligible (21 year old only get 80 games before becoming waiver eligible).

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NHL training camps had been scheduled to open Friday. The Rangers’ AHL Whale affiliate will hold its camp at the Blueshirts’ training facility in Westchester beginning Sept. 30.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/more_...#ixzz270BSMXBg

So the Whale will hold camp at the Rangers facility. Their season begins October 12. Short camp.

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The age of the players signing his ELC determines waiver eligibility. Hagelin has been a 1 year pro and he is not waiver exempt. He signed his ELC as a 22 year old. There are players who have played 2 NHL seasons and they were assigned to the AHL last week because they were waiver exempt. Those players signed their ELC at 18.

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